Skatepark

The North Houston Skate Park is one of the largest skate parks in North America and the second largest in the world. The 78,000 SF competition-scale skate park is located in North Houston near Spring.

NEW FALL & WINTER HOURS NOW IN EFFECT!

SOCIAL DISTANCING – Adhering to the CDC guidelines all patrons must maintain a minimum of 6 feet from neighboring groups. Children under 11 yrs. old MUST be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times.

MASKS are not required while exercising. We strongly encourage them for spectators.

NEW Skate Park ScheduleSIX SKATE SESSONS per day (Mon-Sat) and FIVE SKATE SESSIONS (Sunday) with a LIMIT OF 30 per session with 30 minutes in between to clear the park. First come, first served!

HELMETS are mandatory/all ages – You must have a helmet to skate – Please bring your own

  • No restrooms
  • No water fountains – drink machines are still available
  • No rental helmets
  • No skate tools
  • No playground – Dylan Park will remain closed until further notice.
NORTH HOUSTON

SKATEPARK

12351 Kuykendahl  |  Houston, Texas 77067 | 281-873-6422

The North Houston Skate Park is one of the largest skate parks in North America and the second largest in the world. The 78,000 SF competition-scale skate park is located in North Houston near Spring. The skate park features a Texas-shaped bowl with a 20-foot full pipe, a 12’ foot vertical ramp, a 10-foot-deep bowl, and a “snake run” pathway.

We allow skateboards, rollerblades and quad skates only. Helmets are mandatory.

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SKATEPARK & DYLAN PARK SUMMER HOURS

MONDAY – SUNDAY

MONDAY              10AM – 9PM
TUESDAY              CLOSED
WEDNESDAY        10AM – 9PM
THURSDAY           10AM – 9PM
FRIDAY                  10AM – 10PM
SATURDAY           8AM – 10PM
SUNDAY               10AM – 9PM

 

DYLAN PARK

12351 Kuykendahl  |  Houston, Texas 77067

Located adjacent to the skate park is Dylan’s park, which was designed specifically to meet the needs of children who are sight and hearing impaired, autistic, or wheelchair bound. The park also includes walking trails and community center and features beautiful landscaping, public art, and walkways. The park was created in memory of Dylan Newman, a child abuse victim who passed away in 2009.

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